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Samuel Johnson (1911).djvu

  1. CONTENTS

  2. page
  3. Calendar of Principal Eventsiv
  4. Introductionvii
  5. The Plan of an English Dictionary1
  6. Lives of Eminent Persons19
  7. The Rambler21
  8. The Adventurer71
  9. Preface to Shakspeare76
  10. Thoughts on Agriculture97
  11. From a Review of "A Free Inquiry into the Nature and Origin of Evil"101
  12. The Idler105
  13. Rasselas128
  14. A Journey to the Western Islands144
  15. Lives of the English Poets:
  16. From Cowley150
  17.  „ Milton156
  18.  „ Butler164
  19.  „ Waller164
  20.  „ Dryden167
  21.  „ Smith168
  22.  „ Addison169
  23.  „ Prior171
  24.  „ Congreve172
  25.  „ Savage173
  26.  „ Swift174
  27.  „ Pope178
  28.  „ Young188
  29.  „ Gray188
  30. Letters:
  31. To His Wife190
  32. To Mr. James Elphinston191
  33. To the Reverend Joseph Warton193
  34. To Miss Boothby194
  35. To James Boswell (on his way home from Corsica)194
  36. To the Rev. Dr. Dodd (on the eve of his execution for forgery)196
  37. To James Boswell197
  38. To Dr. Lawrence198
  39. To the Lord Chancellor, who had offered an advance of five hundred pounds200
  40. To the author of "Ossian"201
  41. Extracts from Mrs. Thrale's collection202
  42. To Mrs. Thrale210
  43. From the Diary221
  44. Poems: The Vanity of Human Wishes; in imitation of the Tenth Satire of Juvenal223
  45. Prologue, spoken by Mr. Garrick, at the opening of the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane, 1747239
  46. Prologue, spoken by Mr. Garrick, April 5, 1750, before the Masque of Comus, acted at Drury-Lane Theatre for the Benefit of Milton's Grand-daughter242
  47. Prologue to the Comedy of the Good-Natured Man, 1769244
  48. Prologue to the Comedy of A Word to the Wise (by Hugh Kelly). Spoken by Mr. Hull246
  49. From Irene247
  50. Friendship: An Ode248
  51. Robert Levett249
  52. A Short Bibliography of Johnson's Works251
  53. Iconography259
  54. Appreciations and Testimonia261